The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, December 08, 1902, Page 2, Image 2

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The Daily Kebraskan
A nWHpapr deyoted to tho InUreeU
f the University of Nobraalim.
tubllBhed at tho
Unlvoralty of Nebraska.
A consolidation of
THE HESPERIAN, Vol. XXXI.
THE NEBRASKAN, Vol. XIL
THE SCARLET ft CREAM, Vol IV.
Entered at the postofflce a Lincoln,
Neb as second clae mall matter .
Bubscrigtle Ptloe 2J0 e year.
Mannglng Editor. Robert T. Hill.
Nowb Editor John F. Tobln.
Advertising Manager P. P. Duffy.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR.
Wm. Case.
ASSISTANT EDITORS.
R. A. McNown.
Wm. A Shock,
Carlton C. Wllburn.
C. C. McCune.
REPORTERS.
J. D. Rico.
John R. Bender.
E. F. Davis.
A. I. Myers.
Henrietta Rees.
Circulator Fred K. Nielsen.
Ofllce Second floor Main hall.
Postofllco Address, Station A, Box 13.
Ttie Week's Convocations.
The following is the convocation;
announcements for the week:
Monday J. L. McBrlen, Deputy State
Superintendent.
Tuesday Chancellor Andrews.
Wednesday Dr. Jones continues
discourse on the British Educational
Bill.
Thursday H. H. Wilson, president's
message.
Friday Music.
The action taken by the different
classes In arranging for class debates
will bo of a great service in general.
All students should give encouragement
and support to their class representa
tives and do all in their power to in
sure the permanency of class debates.
Some one has remarked that the uni
versity improvement or cleanliness
club would do well to make steps to
got rid of the nuisance of spitting In
the halls and upon both Inside and
outside steps of the building. It Beams
that some students have been guilty
of using tobacco and expectorating In
an indiscriminate manner at the dif
ferent places mentioned above. Some
thing ought to bo done to do away
with tho nuisance.
It is amusing to see the comments
made by eastern college papers and
especially of those middle west schools
with whom Nebraska played ball this
fall. They all seem to delight in giv
ing us a dig, and some even go so far
as to make insulting remarks about
tho university. While wo naturally
resent such we can not but view with
somo interest the defensive attitude
which most of theBo schols have as
sumed, charging Nebraska with many
things so as to hide their own manifest
faults, especially along football lines.
At Pennsylvania the "Clark Research
Chair of AssyiHology," has Just been
established with an endowment of
$100,000.
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Class Debates.
Tho Sophomores and. Freshmen have
concluded to follow In the tracks of
tho upper classmen and are making
arrangements for a debate to be held
In tho near future. The Sophomore
class meets today nnd tho Freshmen
tomorrow. At these meotlngs the mat
ter will bo further discussed and defi
nite action taken. Both Presidents
8wceloy and Whoelor will probably
appoint those who are to represent
their respective classes this week.
Dr. Sinner's Paper.
Dr. Skinner's second contribution,
"On the Conditions Controlling the
Drop of Potential at tho Electrodes In
Vacuum Tubes," has appeared in the
Philosophical Magazine (London).
Tho nature of vacuum discharges has
been recognized as a question of great
Importance for some time and has oc
casioned considerable discussion In
the physical and electrical journals.
Dr. Skinner's paper has caused much
discussion at homo and abroad.
Boxing has been added to Pennsyl
vania's football training.
Sam Anderson has charge of a
church at Germaritown, where he goes
to conduct services every Sunday.
Walter J. Hunting, '00, is now super
intendent of public schools at Ohlowa,
Neb. This is his third term In that
capacity.
Professor Stout of tho civil engin
eering department had an article pub
lished recently, relating to Irrigation
in Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado.
Professor Caldwell addressed the
class in educational methods Thursday
evening upon the subject, "Tho Teach
ing of History in Elementary Schools."
Mr. Arthur Pearse will be married
to Miss Mary Lehmer of Omaha, De
comber 23. Mr. Pearse Is ono of the
strongest all around men ever grad
uated by the university. Ho has been
connected with tho Omaha high school
since his departure from his alma ma
ter. It may be of interest to somo to
know that the railroads aro In sore
need of Bkilled workmen for thoiri
construction and repair shops and that
men with some previous mechanical
training are especially needed. Mr.
Ackerman, master mechanic of tho
Burlington shops at Havelock, says
that university men are tho most satis
factory workmen he has to deal with.
ATTHEOUVER
llni. Students Attention !
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10,
Siiii'man Brothers will Present
Mark Twain's Great
Masterpiece,
" PlIDDIN'HEAD
WILSON,"
With
W. S. GILL
In the Title Role.
The play that will never grow
old- An excejlent cast. Complete
production.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and. $1-00.
Seats now on sale.
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There is nothing more appreciated as a Christmas
present than a pair of Xmas slippers. We have
them in all the latest shapes and designs at prices
to suit. Inspect our line.
PERKINS & SHELDON
1129 0 STREET-
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KEISTER'S
Ladies' Tailoring
The largest and most popular institution of its kind in the
West. Ladies taught to cut and make their own dresses.
Positions secured for graduates. Also high-grade custom
work. Call or write for booklet.
MRS. B. E. HAYES, Manager,
208 South 12th Street.
If THE 1 1 LLOW whose lady friend lives
in WASHINGTON, or HONOLULU, or any other old
place, will call on the undersigned he will find exactly the
thing for Christmas, Ladies are not barred out.
YOUR STATIONER,
1123 O STRELRT.
AT THE
Tonight, December 8th.
GERTRUDE
COuHLAN
In Edward E. Rose's Dramatiza
tion of Maurice 'Thompson's
Charming Romance
" ALICE
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OLD VINCENNES"
The original massive scenic pro
duction exactly as presented at
the Garden Theatre, New York,
r 100 Nights.
Prices 25c to $1.50. Seats now
on sale.
College
OLIVER
Tuesday, December 9tlj.
NIGHT at 8;15.
Wm. A. Brady Presents His Great
Success, a Metropolitan Pro
duction of the Greatest
Pastorfal Play of
Them All,
'WAY DOWN EAST
By LOTTIE BLAIR PARKER,
Elaborated by
. JOS. R. GRISMER.
A Play of Universal Sympathyvand
Honest, Homely, Healthy
Humor
Night 25c to $1.(H).
Seats now on sale.
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